(Analysis by Judy Wardrope) Editor’s note: Last month, in our May issue, BN published an introduction to a series of three articles asking the question: What if a horse designed itself? – focusing on the three Olympic disciplines. This month, as the title implies, the article considers what anatomical elements and physical qualities would a showjumper choose. Would it like to be handsome? Are colour and markings important? How about size? Or would the self-designed horse prefer components that provide optimum mechanical efficiency, soundness and longevity?
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